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AirFly Pro is a little dongle that makes AirPods even more magical

AirPods might be one of the best accessories Apple has ever made. But there’s a quick and easy way to make them even better: Pair yours with the AirFly Pro from Twelve South.

This second-generation dongle lets you connect your AirPods or AirPods Pro to almost anything. It has better battery life than its predecessor, and supports two pairs of headphones simultaneously.

You can order yours today.

Apple calls AirPods the most magical headphones money can buy. They’re also the most popular headphones in the world. But they’re not quite perfect.

AirPods will only connect to devices that have Bluetooth, so you can’t use them with gym equipment, in-flight entertainment systems, hi-fi systems, or the Nintendo Switch.

AirFly Pro lets you use AirPods (and other headphones) with Nintendo Switch.
Photo: Twelve SOuth

AirFly Pro fixes that — and it’s even better than its predecessor.

AirFly Pro the perfect companion to AirPods

Simply plug AirFly Pro into a 3.5mm headphone jack and you’ll be able to connect your AirPods in an instant. What’s more, you can connect two pairs of AirPods simultaneously for the first time.

This gives you the ability to enjoy in-flight movies with the person next to you without sharing your headphones.

AirFly Pro doesn’t just work with AirPods, either. Lots of other Bluetooth headphones are supported, like those from Bang & Olufsen, Beats, Bose, Jaybird, and Sony.

AirFly Pro runs for 16 hours in between charges — twice as long as the original AirFly — and it can now receive audio, too.

That means you can plug AirFly Pro into your car, non-Bluetooth speakers, and other devices and then stream music to them from your iPhone. It’s better in every way.

Order yours today

AirFly Pro is priced at $54.99 — just $10 more than the original AirFly — and you can order yours through the Cult of Mac Store.

You may also want to check out AirFly Duo, with up to 20 hours of battery life, and AirFly USB-C, which uses USB-C connectivity rather than a 3.5mm jack.

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